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Young Perspectives, Vol. 2, No. 1, August 30, 1985, Suffolk University Aug 1985

Young Perspectives, Vol. 2, No. 1, August 30, 1985, Suffolk University

Limited-run Student Newspapers

Young Perspectives is the lab newspaper of the urban journalism workshop for high school minority students in Boston under the auspices of The Newspaper Fund. Publication of the paper is made possible through the generosity of the Massachusetts Press Association.


Boston Spotlight, Vol. 6, No. 1, August 1965, Suffolk University Aug 1985

Boston Spotlight, Vol. 6, No. 1, August 1965, Suffolk University

Limited-run Student Newspapers

The Boston Spotlight is the result of a program funded by the Federal government as part of Action for Boston Community Development's Summerworks Program. It operates in conjunction with the City of Boston's Neighborhood Development and Employment Agency (NDEA) and Suffolk University's Department of Journalism.


Boston Spotlight, Vol. 5, No. 1, August 28, 1984, Suffolk University Aug 1984

Boston Spotlight, Vol. 5, No. 1, August 28, 1984, Suffolk University

Limited-run Student Newspapers

The Boston Spotlight is the result of a program funded by the Federal government as part of Action for Boston Community Development's Summerworks Program. It operates in conjunction with the City of Boston's Neighborhood Development and Employment Agency (NDEA) and Suffolk University's Department of Journalism.


The Workshop Gazette, Vol. 1, No. 1, August 24, 1984, Suffolk University Aug 1984

The Workshop Gazette, Vol. 1, No. 1, August 24, 1984, Suffolk University

Limited-run Student Newspapers

The Workshop Gazette is the lab newspaper of the urban journalism workshop for high school minority students in Boston under the auspices of The Newspaper Fund. Publication of the paper is made possible through the generosity of the Massachusetts Press Association.


Boston Spotlight, Vol. 4, No. 1, August 11, 1983, Suffolk University Aug 1983

Boston Spotlight, Vol. 4, No. 1, August 11, 1983, Suffolk University

Limited-run Student Newspapers

The Boston Spotlight is the result of a program funded by the Federal government as part of Action for Boston Community Development's Summerworks Program. It operates in conjunction with the City of Boston's Neighborhood Development and Employment Agency (NDEA) and Suffolk University's Department of Journalism.


Boston Spotlight, Vol. 3, No. 1, August 18, 1982, Suffolk University Aug 1982

Boston Spotlight, Vol. 3, No. 1, August 18, 1982, Suffolk University

Limited-run Student Newspapers

The Boston Spotlight is the result of a program funded by the Federal government as part of Action for Boston Community Development's Summerworks Program. It operates in conjunction with the City of Boston's Neighborhood Development and Employment Agency (NDEA) and Suffolk University's Department of Journalism.


Urban Enterprise, Vol. 1, No. 1, 1981, Suffolk University Jan 1981

Urban Enterprise, Vol. 1, No. 1, 1981, Suffolk University

Limited-run Student Newspapers

Urban Enterprise is the lab newspaper of the urban journalism workshop for high school minority students in Boston under the auspices of The Newspaper Fund. Publication of the paper is made possible through the generosity of the Massachusetts Press Association.


Boston Spotlight, Vol. 1, No. 2, August 22, 1980, Suffolk University Aug 1980

Boston Spotlight, Vol. 1, No. 2, August 22, 1980, Suffolk University

Limited-run Student Newspapers

The Boston Spotlight is the result of a program funded by the Federal government as part of Action for Boston Community Development's Summerworks Program. It operates in conjunction with the City of Boston's Neighborhood Development and Employment Agency (NDEA) and Suffolk University's Department of Journalism.


Boston Spotlight, Vol. 1, No. 1, August 1, 1980, Suffolk University Aug 1980

Boston Spotlight, Vol. 1, No. 1, August 1, 1980, Suffolk University

Limited-run Student Newspapers

The Boston Spotlight is the result of a program funded by the Federal government as part of Action for Boston Community Development's Summerworks Program. It operates in conjunction with the City of Boston's Neighborhood Development and Employment Agency (NDEA) and Suffolk University's Department of Journalism.


Urban Insight, Vol. 1, No. 1, 1980, Suffolk University Jan 1980

Urban Insight, Vol. 1, No. 1, 1980, Suffolk University

Limited-run Student Newspapers

Urban Insight is the lab newspaper of the urban journalism workshop for high school minority students in Boston under the auspices of The Newspaper Fund. Publication of the paper is made possible through the generosity of the Massachusetts Press Association.


The Perspective, Vol. 1, No. 1, 1976, Suffolk University Jan 1976

The Perspective, Vol. 1, No. 1, 1976, Suffolk University

Limited-run Student Newspapers

The Perspective is the lab newspaper of the first urban journalism workshop for high school minority students in Boston under the auspices of The Newspaper Fund. It contains the writing and concepts of the following participants: Janice Best, Sonja Bishop, Mattie B. Bradley, Leilia Brewster, Vanessa Elizabeth Burgess, Pamela Ellis, Abigail Figueroa, Ronald Freeman, Robyi Hicks, Marcus E. Jones, Sandra E. Jordan, Patricia L. Knight, Jeffrey D. Layne, Petri Morgan, Felicia Ollivierra, Jose Perez, Shari Perry, Myron Phillips, Deidre Pierce, Kimberly Shaddock, Joan Simpson, Rachelle Washington, Todd Washington, Timothy Williams. Workshop Director: Prof. Malcolm J. Barach, Chairman, Department of Journalism, …


Sufffolk Extra, March 16, 1972, Suffolk University Mar 1972

Sufffolk Extra, March 16, 1972, Suffolk University

Limited-run Student Newspapers

Suffolk Extra is a "souvenir edition" issue of the Greater Boston High School Newspaper Awards, hosted by Suffolk Universty's Journalism Department


Afro-Drumbeat Newsletter, March 1972, Afro-American Club Of Suffolk University Mar 1972

Afro-Drumbeat Newsletter, March 1972, Afro-American Club Of Suffolk University

Limited-run Student Newspapers

Newsletter published by Suffolk University's Afro-American Club


Afro-Drumbeat Newsletter, February 1972, Afro-American Club Of Suffolk University Feb 1972

Afro-Drumbeat Newsletter, February 1972, Afro-American Club Of Suffolk University

Limited-run Student Newspapers

Newsletter published by Suffolk University's Afro-American Club


Suffolkate, Vol.2 No.1, Suffolkate Jan 1972

Suffolkate, Vol.2 No.1, Suffolkate

Suffolkate

The Suffolkate was a limited-run alternative student newspaper created by Suffolk University Law School students from 1970-1972, with the goal of highlighting issues important to the legal educational community and advocating for broader legal, social, and curricular changes.


Afro-Drumbeat Newsletter, November 30, 1971, Afro-American Club Of Suffolk University Nov 1971

Afro-Drumbeat Newsletter, November 30, 1971, Afro-American Club Of Suffolk University

Limited-run Student Newspapers

Newsletter published by Suffolk University's Afro-American Club


Afro-Drumbeat Newsletter, November 23, 1971, Afro-American Club Of Suffolk University Nov 1971

Afro-Drumbeat Newsletter, November 23, 1971, Afro-American Club Of Suffolk University

Limited-run Student Newspapers

Newsletter published by Suffolk University's Afro-American Club


Afro-Drumbeat Newsletter, November 16, 1971, Afro-American Club Of Suffolk University Nov 1971

Afro-Drumbeat Newsletter, November 16, 1971, Afro-American Club Of Suffolk University

Limited-run Student Newspapers

Newsletter published by Suffolk University's Afro-American Club


Afro-Drumbeat Newsletter, November 9, 1971, Afro-American Club Of Suffolk University Nov 1971

Afro-Drumbeat Newsletter, November 9, 1971, Afro-American Club Of Suffolk University

Limited-run Student Newspapers

Newsletter published by Suffolk University's Afro-American Club


Afro-Drumbeat Newsletter, October 1971, Afro-American Club Of Suffolk University Oct 1971

Afro-Drumbeat Newsletter, October 1971, Afro-American Club Of Suffolk University

Limited-run Student Newspapers

Newsletter published by Suffolk University's Afro-American Club


Suffolkate, Vol.1 No.4, Suffolkate Jan 1971

Suffolkate, Vol.1 No.4, Suffolkate

Suffolkate

The Suffolkate was a limited-run alternative student newspaper created by Suffolk University Law School students from 1970-1972, with the goal of highlighting issues important to the legal educational community and advocating for broader legal, social, and curricular changes.


Suffolkate, Vol.1 No.1, Suffolkate Jan 1970

Suffolkate, Vol.1 No.1, Suffolkate

Suffolkate

The Suffolkate was a limited-run alternative student newspaper created by Suffolk University Law School students from 1970-1972, with the goal of highlighting issues important to the legal educational community and advocating for broader legal, social, and curricular changes.


Suffolkate, Vol.1 No.2, Suffolkate Jan 1970

Suffolkate, Vol.1 No.2, Suffolkate

Suffolkate

The Suffolkate was a limited-run alternative student newspaper created by Suffolk University Law School students from 1970-1972, with the goal of highlighting issues important to the legal educational community and advocating for broader legal, social, and curricular changes.


Suffolkate, Vol.1 No.3, Suffolkate Jan 1970

Suffolkate, Vol.1 No.3, Suffolkate

Suffolkate

The Suffolkate was a limited-run alternative student newspaper created by Suffolk University Law School students from 1970-1972, with the goal of highlighting issues important to the legal educational community and advocating for broader legal, social, and curricular changes.


The Lantern, Vol. 1, No. 1, December 1965, Suffolk University Dec 1965

The Lantern, Vol. 1, No. 1, December 1965, Suffolk University

Limited-run Student Newspapers

The Lantern was published by the Suffolk Journal staff during a delay in regular Journal output due to a change in their contracted printing vendor.


The Suffolk Law Reporter, Spring 1960, Suffolk University Jan 1960

The Suffolk Law Reporter, Spring 1960, Suffolk University

Limited-run Student Newspapers

Founded in 1960 as the official newspaper of the Suffolk University Law School Student Bar Association. Faculty Advisor: Professor David J. Sargent, Esq. Address: Suffolk Law Reporter, Beacon Hill, Boston. Board of Editors: Louis M. Bell, Bruce K. Carpenter, Armen Der Marderosian, James G. Jung, Jr., James L. Lalime Contributors: Michael Breen, Alexander Cella, Robert Cox, Ron D' Avolio, Joseph Hachey, Herman Hemingway, Russell Mahoney, Jordan Ring, Richard Smith, James Trodden


The Register Vol. 4, No. 4, 1921, Suffolk University Law School Jan 1921

The Register Vol. 4, No. 4, 1921, Suffolk University Law School

Limited-run Student Newspapers

The Suffolk Law School Register, the first student publication, was published between 1915 and 1921. It includes images of early law school people and places and also includes class notes and anecdotes about Suffolk’s students and alumni; a history of the school, written by founder Gleason Archer; and articles about law. The Register functions much like a yearbook does today, capturing the who, what, where and when of the school, both inside and outside the classroom. Archer’s serialized history provides a first person narrative of his founding of the school and its early growth. The articles about the practice and …


The Register Vol. 2, No. 4, 11/1917, Suffolk University Law School Nov 1917

The Register Vol. 2, No. 4, 11/1917, Suffolk University Law School

Limited-run Student Newspapers

The Suffolk Law School Register, the first student publication, was published between 1915 and 1921. It includes images of early law school people and places and also includes class notes and anecdotes about Suffolk’s students and alumni; a history of the school, written by founder Gleason Archer; and articles about law. The Register functions much like a yearbook does today, capturing the who, what, where and when of the school, both inside and outside the classroom. Archer’s serialized history provides a first person narrative of his founding of the school and its early growth. The articles about the practice and …


The Register Vol. 2, No. 2, 1/1916, Suffolk University Law School Jan 1916

The Register Vol. 2, No. 2, 1/1916, Suffolk University Law School

Limited-run Student Newspapers

The Suffolk Law School Register, the first student publication, was published between 1915 and 1921. It includes images of early law school people and places and also includes class notes and anecdotes about Suffolk’s students and alumni; a history of the school, written by founder Gleason Archer; and articles about law. The Register functions much like a yearbook does today, capturing the who, what, where and when of the school, both inside and outside the classroom. Archer’s serialized history provides a first person narrative of his founding of the school and its early growth. The articles about the practice and …